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3 charged at Grand Junction foreclosure auction

By The AP

GRAND JUNCTION — Three people have been detained after they interrupted a foreclosure auction in Grand Junction. Police spokeswoman Kate Porras says those detained on Wednesday are believed to be part of the anti-Wall Street movement. ...


Mayor quits PR job amid fake reporter persona flap

By The AP

WEST VALLEY CITY — The mayor of Utah’s second-largest city has resigned his job at a public relations firm, saying he tarnished the agency’s image after he wrote a series of articles to promote his city under a fake ...


Country Jam announces 2012 headliners

By Ann Wright

Zac Brown Band, Trace Adkins and Blake Shelton will headline Country Jam USA set for June 21-24 in Mack. Also on the recently released 2012 lineup are Chris Young, Luke Bryan, Justin Moore, Jerrod Niemann and Charlie Daniels Band. The music ...


Colorado foreclosures fall to 42-month low

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado foreclosures fell more than expected last month to a 42-month low in metropolitan counties. Colorado Division of Housing spokesman Ryan McMaken says a report released Wednesday shows auction sales were down 28 percent ...


Federal court considering challenges to porn law

By The AP

DENVER — A federal appeals court is considering challenges to the federal law on child pornography. Possession of child pornography is a crime, but federal prosecutors are required to prove that the image of child pornography traveled ...


Colorado stores cracking down on coupons

By The AP

DENVER — Some Colorado stores are cracking down on people who are cashing in on the coupon craze. King Soopers, Target and Rite Aid say they will limit the number of items people can use. King Soopers reserved the right to limit the ...


Survey planned to gauge support for Roaring Fork’s school leader

By Dennis Webb

The Roaring Fork School District board will survey all of its staff and provide new opportunities for public comment as it considers the future of Superintendent Judy Haptonstall. Its decision on the matter could come in mid-December. The ...


State wants new bridge in Glenwood

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — The last time the Colorado Department of Transportation broached the subject of rebuilding the Grand Avenue Bridge that carries Colorado Highway 82 traffic over the Colorado River in Glenwood Springs, the city gave it ...


Federal energy lease money hits snag

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A gambit intended to capture more federal money for certain parts of Colorado is unlikely to work, a federal agency has suggested. The finding could cost Mesa County $1.6 million in federal money next year. The U.S. Interior Department ...


Defibrillator donated to Palisade High

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Palisade High School will be the first school in School District 51 to have an Automated External Defibrillator. The device shocks a person’s heart if they experience sudden cardiac arrest, which can affect children as well as ...


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